Give Your Child The Feeling of Control

Bladder & bowel dysfuntion shouldn’t be the norm.

It Shouldn't Hurt

It may be more than diet.


Most folks know that physical therapists treat muscles and soft tissue (think tennis elbow or sprained ankle).

Pelvic physical therapy is the same thing! Often, it is the musculoskeletal system surrounding the pelvis that causes pelvic pain.

Pediatric pelvic floor physical therapy is different from adult pelvic physical therapy, in that, it focuses on helping children and their less developed bodies gain improved control and understanding of bodily functions and their pelvic muscles, to correct bladder and bowel function.

Pediatric pelvic physical therapy emphasizes helping the child and family members with any pelvic floor issues to provide a holistic approach
to treating this part of the body.


  • nighttime bed wetting
  • a strong urge to urinate (urgency)
  • bladder or bowel leakage
  • constipation
  • low back pain
  • hip pain


Your Child May Have

Bladder / Bowel Dysfunction

  • Urinary incontinence
  • Fecal incontinence
  • Constipation
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
    • Ulcerative colitis
    • Chron’s disease

Musculoskeletal Dysfunction

  • IT band syndrome
  • Generalized muscle weakness


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